The Rededication

October 2, 2010 Rededication – 1834 Sandwich Town Hall

The Sandwich Town Hall reflects over 175 years of Sandwich’s history, government and culture as well as the larger issues of State and National life that have had an impact on the Sandwich community. The Town Hall has been in active use as the seat of Town government for every one of those 175 years. There are few towns that can make this claim.
In 2010 the Oldest Town on Cape Cod “Celebrated History & Celebrated Sandwich” with the completion of the historic preservation and restoration of the Sandwich Town Hall, the Town’s most significant structure architecturally and historically, and a vital presence in the living history of the Town of Sandwich.

This is a preview of the Town Hall Re-dedication Ceremony from October 2, 2010


Sandwich Town Hall Rededication remarks by State Rep. Jeff Perry


SCTV’s Melinda Gallant interviews Town Manager Bud Dunham who describes the restoration: